OCIMA

  • President's Message
    Attend our next meeting:
    Topic: Business analytics, machine learning & artificial intelligence!

     


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    This month the OCIMA has the privilege of hosting Dr. Kenneth E. (Ken) Murphy. He has over 20 years of experience in academia both as a faculty member and as an administrator. In his role as Associate Provost at Chapman University, he is responsible for the academic operations across all schools and colleges of the university. As an active faculty member in the Argyros School of Business and Economics at Chapman, Dr. Murphy teaches and studies in the area of business analytics, statistics and operations management challenging students with innovative curriculum to empower the decision makers of tomorrow.

     

    Ken will discuss business analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence.

    Automated decision-making is already causing market disruption, changing roles and providing new opportunities in many industries.

     

    What do these changes mean for business in the future?

     

    How will they affect our roles as managers and professionals?

     

    How can we take advantage of this new technology enhanced economy?

        Wednesday, May 15, 2019

         6:00-8:15 pm Tustin

          Business Social  Dinner  Presentation

    OCIMA is a chapter of the IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants), a worldwide association of accountants and financial professionals in business, founded in 1919.  Find us at https://orangecounty.imanet.org/home?ssopc=1

    Our chapter is your local link to over 85,000 worldwide members. We are finance and accounting professionals in Orange County, California —and will help you strengthen your on-the-job skills, better serve your stakeholders, and accelerate your career.

    Plan to join us and catch-up with those you already know, while taking advantage of the opportunity to make new acquaintances with other finance and accounting professionals. You can enjoy a great dinner, have some key business social time, and learn something to advance your career.
    Posted May 14, 2019, 5:44 PM by OCIMA Administrator
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